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Course Type 1. Compulsory Courses 1.1. Programme Compulsory Courses 1.2. University Compulsory Courses (UFND) 1.3. YK (Higher Education Council) Compulsory Courses 2. Elective Courses 2.1. Program Elective Courses 2.2. University Elective Courses 3. Prerequisites Courses 3.1. Compulsory Prerequisites Courses 3.2. Elective Prerequisites Courses Language of Instruction Level of Course Prerequisites Course(s) (compulsory) Special Pre-Conditions of the Course (recommended) Mail: Web: Mail: Web: Mail: Web: To introduce the major theories explaining international business transactions and the institutions influencing those activities and the effects of the social systems within countries on the conduct of international business 1. Understand the different challenges business face when they operate in an international environment 2. Examine the various cultural, political and legal issues that impact international business activity 3. Understand trade and investment theory, foreign exchange and the determination of foreign exchange rates 4. Appreciate the interaction of business and government as they relate to international commerce The course focuses on the following; as globalization, Differences in Culture, The Political Economy of International Trade, foreign direct investment, Foreign Exchange Market Undergraduate X Course Code BUSN 457 Semester Fall Course Hour/Week Theory 3 Practice 0 Yaar Credit 3 ECTS 5

Course Coordinator Course Instructor(s) Course Assistant(s)/Tutor (s) Aim(s) of the Course

Assist.Prof.Dr. Meltem INCE Assist.Prof.Dr. Meltem INCE

Learning Outcomes of the Course

Course Content

COURSE OUTLINE/SCHEDULE (Weekly) Preliminary Preparation Week Topics Methodology and Implementation (theory,practice, assignment etc)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

Introduction and Course Overview Globalization National Differences in Political Economy Differences in Culture Ethics in International Business International Trade Theory The Political Economy of International Trade REVIEW MIDTERM EXAM The Foreign Exchange Market The Strategy of International Business The Organization of International Business Global Marketing and R&D Global Human Resource Management Financial Management in International Business FINAL EXAM

Hill, Charles W., Chp. 1 Hill, Charles W., Chp. 1 Hill, Charles W., Chp. 2 Hill, Charles W., Chp. 3 Hill, Charles W., Chp. 4 Hill, Charles W., Chp. 5 Hill, Charles W., Chp. 6

Hill, Charles W., Chp. 9 Hill, Charles W., Chp. 12 Hill, Charles W., Chp. 13 Hill, Charles W., Chp. 16 Hill, Charles W., Chp. 17 Hill, Charles W., Chp. 20

Required Course Material (s) /Reading(s)/Text Book (s)

Hill, Charles W. International Business. McGraw-Hill. 6th Edition. 2006.

Recommended Course Material (s)/Reading(s)/Other

ASSESSMENT Semester Activities/ Studies Mid- Term Attendance Quiz Assignment (s) Project Laboratory Field Studies (Technical Visits) Presentation/ Seminar Practice (Laboratory, Virtual Court, Studio Studies etc.) Other (Placement/Internship etc.) TOTAL Contribution of Semester Activities/Studies to the Final Grade Contribution of Final Examination/Final Project/ Dissertation to the Final Grade TOTAL . CONTRIBUTION OF LEARNING OUTCOMES TO PROGRAMME OUTCOMES 100 40 40 100 2 20 NUMBER 1 WEIGHT in % 40

No Programme Outcomes

Level of Contribution (1lowest/ 5highest) 1 2 3 4 5

Know basic economic concepts and be able to use the basic tools of economic analysis for 1 evaluating real life situations. 2 Understand and interpret current economic developments in the fields of growth, international trade, inflation, financial markets, unemployment, globalization, etc. Recognize the significance of life long learning and be able to use the learning skills they developed in this program in other areas of their life. Have sufficient mathematical, analytical and abstracting skills and apply these skills in economic discussions. Be able to compare and contrast the nature of Turkish economy with other economies in order to understand and explain its position in the global economy. Know the evolution of economic thought throughout history and the differences between current schools of thought. Have sufficient methodological, technical and computing skills for collecting, interpreting and processing economic data. Be able to formulate or think in terms of economic models to analyze decision making processes of economic units in financial, factor as well as goods and services markets. ECTS /STUDENT WORKLOAD ACTIVITIES Course Teaching Hour (14 weeks* total course hours) Preliminary Preparation and finalizing of course notes, further self- study Assignment (s) Presentation/ Seminars Quiz and Preparation for the Quiz Mid- Term(s) Project (s) Field Studies (Technical Visits, Investigate Visit etc.) Practice (Laboratory, Virtual Court, Studio Studies etc.) Final Examination/ Final Project/ Dissertation and Preparation Other (Placement/Internship etc.) Total Workload Total Workload/ 25 ECTS ETHICAL RULES WITH REGARD TO THE COURSE (IF AVAILABLE) All students are expected to attend each class and to actively participate in problem solving. Final grade also will be based on attendance and class participation. No make ups on quizzes will be accepted. No excused absences. ASSESSMENT and EVALUATION METHODS: Final Grades will be determined according to the Yaar University Associate Degree, Bachelor Degree and Graduate Degree Education and Examination Regulation PREPARED BY Assist.Prof.Dr. Meltem INCE 1 2 1 NUMBER 14 14 UNIT Week Week Number Number Number Number Number Number Number Number Number 120 4,8 5 15 15 3 15 6 15 HOUR 3 3 TOTAL (WORKLOAD) 42 42 X X X x

3 Be able to suggest economic policy for current issues on the basis of economic analysis. 4 5

6 Be able to plan, conduct and report a research project in economics or in other social sciences. 7 8 9 10